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Rocknoceros (Uncredited)

Rocknoceros

As every family with youngsters in the D.C. area knows, Rocknoceros (pronounced like rhinoceros) is three guys, Coach Cotton, Williebob, and Boogie Woogie Bennie, who make wildly popular, award-winning music for the whole family. The three Rocknoceros bandmates “grew up” (if they ever did) in Northern Virginia. Boogie and Coach, best friends since they were four years old, remember endlessly spinning Beatles records in Boogie’s suburban bedroom while “waiting for Williebob” who appeared on the scene in high school.

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Target Family Night: <i>Schoolhouse Rock!</i> 40th Anniversary featuring Bob Dorough and Rocknoceros 1/6/13: Target Family Night: Schoolhouse Rock! 40th Anniversary featuring Bob Dorough and Rocknoceros

Celebrate with the hit educational television series’s legendary songwriter and former musical director Bob Dorough and award-winning D.C. children’s band Rocknoceros.

Target Family Night: Schoolhouse Rock! 40th Anniversary featuring Bob Dorough and Rocknoceros

Celebrate with the hit educational television series’s legendary songwriter and former musical director Bob Dorough and award-winning D.C. children’s band Rocknoceros.
Target Family Night: Rocknoceros 10/8/11: Target Family Night: Rocknoceros

The band has dominated the Washington, D.C. children’s music scene and gained significant national recognition for its wildly popular music for the whole family.

Target Family Night: Rocknoceros

The band has dominated the Washington, D.C. children’s music scene and gained significant national recognition for its wildly popular music for the whole family.
Rocknoceros 12/4/09: Rocknoceros

Having dominated the D.C. children's music scene since its inception in 2005, the winner of four Washington Area Music Awards (Wammies) covers a dizzying range of musical styles—from Tin Pan Alley to the shores of Jamaica.

Rocknoceros

Having dominated the D.C. children's music scene since its inception in 2005, the winner of four Washington Area Music Awards (Wammies) covers a dizzying range of musical styles—from Tin Pan Alley to the shores of Jamaica.

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